PINE CONE 1938

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 17: PMSS Publications (Published by the School)

PINE CONE 1938 – February, April, May

TAGS: The Pine Cone, Pine Mountain (KY) Settlement School, student publications, workers, John A. Spelman, students, book parties, H.M.S. Pinafore, Uncle William Creech, Miss Grace M. Rood, Laurel House, Glyn Morris, Old Log, Nancy Jude, Chapel talks, Milk House, class plays, household hints, spring holidays, Co-Op Store, Roosevelt Photographs, poems, The Art Room, The Green Room, Industrial Building, Valentine’s Day, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson, debates, Delta Sigma, seniors, Class of 1938, firefighting, Dogwood Breakfast, Zande House, Swimming Pool, short stories


CONTENT – February 1938, Vol. 5 No. 4

Front Cover
“The Pine Cone: Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky”

Back Cover
“Reproduction of a painting by John A. Spelman

Pages 00-01
THE PINE CONE
Editor: Lawrence Kelly
Associates: Lucille Christian, Stella Taylor, Mabel Weaver, John Blanton
Contributors; Ruth Shuler, Maxine Holbrook, Ruby Ayers

“Set-up and Printed by Students of the Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky”

EDITORIAL
“Annual Book Party” [need for student participation]

Pages 02-03
“The Lass That Loved a Sailor” [coming event: H.M.S. Pinafore, a 2-act comic opera]
Uncle William Creech‘s Letters Reprinted” [Print Shop reprints 1915 letter in booklet form with Ruby Ayers’ pen-sketch of barn.]
“‘O Boy,’ Said Sunny Jim” [Miss (Grace) Rood‘s horse]
Laurel House Redecorated” [workers living room redone by Mrs. Ollinger and girls; also, work done on dining room floor and girls’ and boys’ waiting rooms]
“Have You Seen It?” [a 1937 painting in the Art Room by Mr. Spelman’s father]
“Books to Read” [talk at assembly by Mr. (Glyn) Morris on “Books We Should Read”, listing biographical, romantic and adventure stories].
“The Wakeup of Old Log” [official opening begun by three breakfasts on Sunday]
“A Letter” [Nancy Jude to “My English Class”; appreciation during revisit to P.M.]

Pages 04-05
“The New Nurse” [Miss Grace M. Rood]

“It Helps” [describes “What is Happiness?”, Chapel talk by Mr. Morris]
“New Milk House Built” [description]
“Will It Stay With Us?” [Chapel talk by Mr. Young on where to find happiness]
“Director Gives Talk in Asheville [NC]” [Speech at Asheville Normal and Teachers College on meeting unexpected situations in life]
“Stories behind Words: Jubilee”
“Hall of Terror Given in Assembly” [Lists actors in Group C civics class play]
“You’ve Seen Him” [ghost on campus]
“Helpful Hints: Helpful Hints About the Kitchen” “Hints About Dishes”

GALLERY I


CONTENT – April 1938, Vol. 5 No. 5

Front Cover: “Vol. V, No. V. The Pine Cone, Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky”
Back Cover: [BLANK]

Pages 00-01
“Spring Holidays” [describes activities during 4-day vacation from studies – first time at PMSS; led by Mr. [Glyn] Morris, Mr. Livengood, Mr. Burkhard]

“Spring” [planting; Co-op Store; smoked bacon by Mr. [William] Hayes; dining room improvements; construction of Group C Cabin]

“Co-Op Gives Equipment” [Athletic Committee received donation from Co-Op Store; Mr. Hayes, head of playground department ordered playground equipment; Boy’s house playroom receives new boxing gloves.]

“The Roosevelt Photographs” [Misses Hall and Ayers are interviewed concerning arrival of framed and autographed pictures of President and Mrs. Roosevelt; hung in library.]

DreamlandLucille Christian [poem]

Pages 02-03
“A Trip Through the Art Room” [Mr. (John) Spelman, art teacher]
“Organ Tones” – Ruby Ayers [poem]
“The Green Room” [plant room and fish pond in new Industrial Building]
“The Cows”
“St. Valentine Day” [as observed by the students]

Pages 04-05
“Mrs. Chris Anderson Passes” [Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were neighbors of the School; Mr. Anderson helped build stone structures on campus and was nightwatchman for over 18 years.]
“Household Hints”
“Book Party a Success” [students wore costumes of characters]

“Debates” [Jr-Sr Current History class debate “Fascism is Superior to Democracy”]
“And More Debates” [Senior Sociology class challenged community girls debated “The TVA Will Result in Permanent Social Value.”]

“Stories Behind Words: Hypocrite and Tribulation”
“In the Deltasigmion” [Pine Mountain issue with Spelman print on cover; sorority had established Delta Sigma Student Loan Fund and furnishes library books]
“Mental Health Habits’

GALLERY II


CONTENT – May 1938, Vol 5, No. 6

Front cover: “The Pine Cone, Vol. V, No. VI, Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky”
Back cover: “Senior Prayer, 1938”

Pages 00-01
THE PINE CONE
Editor: Lawrence Kelly
Associates: Lucille Christian, Stella Taylor, Mabel Weaver, John Blanton
Contributors: Ruth Shuler, Maxine Holbrook, Ruby Ayers
“Set-up and Printed by Students of the Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky”

“Class of ’38” [Photographs of Stella Taylor, Wilber Wilder, Ruth Christian, Lawrence Kelly, Lucille Christian, Mable (sic) Weaver, June Hall, William Hayes, Nancy Jude, Jane Frazier]

Pages 02-03
“Senior Class Will”
“The Senior Prophecy 1950”

Pages 04-05
“Students Extinguish Fire” [15 student firefighters led by Mr. Wilder fought fire in a sage field southwest of campus; C.C.C. Fire Crew arrived]

“Dogwood Breakfast” [at Zande House terrace, presented by Mrs. Morris and senior class]

Leaf Mystery – Lucille Christian [poem]
“The Old Swimming Hole” [Friends’ contributions and students’ mush/milk meals fund cement repairs to swimming pool by Mr. Callahan and boys]
“Improvements on [Dairy] Barn” [construction of stone terrace and concrete walls]
Bedtime Thoughts – Mabel Weaver [short narrative]

GALLERY III


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